Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

Enhance employee productivity, improve staff health and wellbeing, and optimise resource usage and air quality with the right data.

Indoor Air Quality Monitoring Services

ZiggyAir is an ESG- and health-oriented data service that monitors indoor air quality and generates valuable intelligence for businesses.

Our smart sensors and intelligent platform continuously monitor a building’s air quality and send alerts when air quality levels fall.

Our clients use ZiggyAir to achieve ESG goals including WELL, RESET and Fitwel certification, and to demonstrate their commitment to building occupants’ wellbeing


Carbon dioxide (CO2) is produced by respiration and the combustion of carbon-based fuels. Typically, 800ppm CO2 is accepted as an indication of decent ventilation in a room.

PM 2.5

Particulate matter (PM 2.5) is less than 2.5 µm in diameter and is small enough to enter deep into the lungs and even the bloodstream. A moderate level is considered 5 µg/ m³.


Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are organic chemicals that may be emitted as gases at normal temperatures and pressures. 300 µg/m³ is considered a moderate amount for VOCs in a room.


Humidity is the concentration of water vapour in the air. Indoor air quality becomes compromised when humidity levels rise above 50% as excessive moisture can create a breeding ground for bacteria.


Temperature tells us how hot or cold a place is. Not only does it affect our well-being, but high temperatures can also affect air quality as the air may be stagnant and not get dispersed well.

Key features of indoor air quality monitoring service

Quality & Certification​

Our high-quality, fully certified smart sensors can measure and monitor CO2, PM 2.5. VOCs, Temperature and Humidity in all kinds of indoor rooms and spaces.

Discrete Sensors​

We place our discrete sensors on walls, in the optimum locations. Data is uploaded to the cloud, and is accessed and analysed via our portal.

No Cables or Wi-Fi

The sensors are battery operated, and run off an loT Network - no cables or WiFi connection are required.

Our team of experts

Full installation by our engineering team​

Our engineering team will install the discrete sensors, which are mounted near the taps and clip on to the pipes.

Configurable temperature thresholds​

We can configure each device to transmit information based on the local health and safety regulations in your jurisdiction.

How it works

Intelligent reporting

State-of-the-art dashboard displaying real-time readings

Key service features

Data transmitted

Data is transmitted 24/7 over a dedicated Internet of Things network and is kept completely separate to buildings’ network systems.

Long-life battery

The long-life battery lasts approximately 5 years. Our smart system detects when batteries are running low, and we replace them when needed, free of charge.

Fully encrypted

No SIM is required and data is fully encrypted. Cloud storage for over five years.

Monthly subscription

All communications costs are included in your monthly subscription fee.


Why should I monitor the indoor air quality at my workplace?

Not only does good indoor air quality improve one’s health, but it also has a proven positive impact on productivity, performance, and absenteeism.

What are the main indoor air pollutants I should be measuring?

CO2, PM 2.5, VOC, humidity, and temperature are some of the main factors that affect your indoor air quality and should be measured.

Why is it important to have indoor air quality monitoring in a company?

Good indoor air quality can help improve employee performance. A study led by academics at Oxford Brookes University and LCMB Building Performance, and supported by Innovate UK found that employees worked 60% faster when the office had lower CO2 levels.

What should I do if the air quality indoors is bad?

The most important thing to maintain good air quality is ventilation so that the air is not stagnant. By ensuring you collect enough indoor air quality data, you can keep an eye on trends when air quality goes bad and implement relevant measures to fix it.

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